OMW's Financial Adviser School to offer Chartered qualification

To go live in Q3

Hannah Godfrey
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Darren Smith: "We've seen a huge demand from our graduates and the wider market for the level 6 training program."
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Darren Smith: "We've seen a huge demand from our graduates and the wider market for the level 6 training program."

The Old Mutual Wealth-owned Financial Adviser School (FAS) is putting the building blocks in place to offer its students a route to level 6 or Chartered status.

The FAS, which has been up and running for just two years, has seen a clear demand for the extra qualification after some three-quarters of its previous and current students said they would be interested...

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